Avoid Relationship Meltdown: Your Blueprint for Conflict Resolution
Understanding conflict takes practice and knowing what to do! Resolving conflict | conflict resolution | relationships | relationship problems | relationship advice | healthy relationships | ager management | controlling anger | communication skills | healthy communication | communication tips | 12 step recovery | codependency
Addiction isn’t a solitary illness. This means that even though only one member of the family may have an addiction, each other member is affected by it. In this infographic by Change to Change, we…
How to Do a Letting Go Ritual
Sometimes we hold onto painful memories and experiences from the past because we just don't know how to let go of them. Here's how to do a letting go ritual so you can complete the past and move on.
How to Let Go of the Need for Control
When you think you control something, you’re probably wrong. It’s amazing how often we think we’re in control of something when really we aren’t. Control is an illusion. Here's how to let go of the need for control.
A Healing Meditation: Release Codependency and Love Yourself
Guided Meditation to Help Heal Codependency and improve self-care
Family dysfunction and addiction: 3 steps for better emotional health
What is emotional health? BUT, how can we cope with family dysfunction as it relates to our own emotional health? ANSWERS here. 'a' is for Addiction | Addiction Blog
The Benefits of Codependency
The Benefits of Codependency. Did you know that codependency isn't all bad? There are some positive character traits and behaviors associated with codependency; you don't have to be ashamed of being codependent. Click the image to read more.
How to Set Boundaries to Protect Your Mental Health
Setting healthy boundaries is all about self-care! Boundaries | self-care | healthy boundaries | setting boundaries | limits | personal boundaries | 12 step recovery | codependency | codependent relationships | relationships
12 Practical Steps for Learning to Go with the Flow
No matter how much structure we create in our lives, no matter how many good habits we build, there will always be things that we cannot control — and if we let them, these things can be a huge source of anger, frustration and stress. The simple solution: learn to go with the flow. Here are 12 practical steps for learning to go with the flow.